Logophobia has long been associated with the fear of speaking in public, but it is more precisely the fear of words themselves. By extension it’s also the fear of speaking, or fear of certain words. Words are phobogenic (the source of phobia) whether spoken, read or written. Analysis of a logophobia case: Paul, 47, deeply […]
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Learning disabilities (LDs) have different names in different countries, but they all refer to a person’s problems with assimilating, processing and/or reproducing learning content in a typical manner. For the purposes of this article, we will focus on the American definition and diagnosis. According to the Learning Disabilities Association of America, a learning disability is […]
Delusional disorder is a psychosis whereby irrational, false beliefs persist. Typically these over-the-top thoughts are related to grandiose, jealous, somatic, erotomaniac or persecutory behaviour. An example would be the ongoing belief that one is being followed or surveilled, despite a lack of evidence and no real reason to have the suspicion. Living with delusional disorder […]
We take an in-depth look at these 3 killer tools to go beyond simple MS Word and spell checkers. Be understandable to as many people as possible; it’s as important as being grammatically sound.